Two Research Weeks are organized annually at the Academy. Within these weeks, research by students is central. The Research Weeks make an explicit connection between research and education, which gives students the opportunity to get acquainted with research(ers) and the research base within the Academy. During the Research Weeks they can choose from various research classes.
These research classes - organized, prepared and supervised by researchers from the Academy and / or by externally recruited researchers - are experimental and reflective in nature, and start from a thematic, but not discipline-related question. In this way they provide added value to the permanent curriculum and are complementary to it. They are non-studio-bound, but start from current research, with a broad scope of substantive and / or thematic perspectives, so that a relevant research experience can take place for every student.
The first Research Week of the academic year 2023-2024 will be organized in the week before the autumn break (from 23 till 27 October 2023) and will be part of the the annual ARTICULATE art & research days.
During this Research Week, master students can choose from the following research classes:
by Eline De Clercq
by Charlotte Koopman and guests
by Delphine Wibaux
|by Bart Van Dijck|
|Patterns - Ecosystems in contamination||
by Andrea Cammarosano
For the master students of the Academy. There will be no theory lessons nor studio work in this week. This allows the participating masters to make time and space for new experiences.
Students will be assessed based on permanent evaluation and engagement in the process. The researches classes will be in English.
When you click on a research class in the list above, you will find more information and the contact details of the supervisors.
How and when to register?
Register from Monday 25 September 2023 (12:00). Instructions will follow by email and via Intranet for Students.
8 to 10 students can participate in each research class.Registration is based on the 'first comes first served' principle. Once the choice for a specific research class has been registered, that choice can no longer be changed by the student. Research classes that are full can no longer be chosen.
(image: research class 2022, by Charlotte Koopman, photo by Wannes Cré)